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Some notes on three early documents relating to masons.

Knoop, Douglas.

Some notes on three early documents relating to masons.

by Knoop, Douglas.

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Published in (London) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

From Trans. Quatuor Coronati Lodge, 44.

ContributionsJones, Gwilyn Peredur., Freemasons. London. Quatuor Coronati Lodge, No. 2076.
The Physical Object
Pagination15 p. ;
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21372108M

It was also in this century that the first anti-masonic tracts appeared. Most attacks on the Craft have taken the position that any society claiming the right of privacy must be up to no good. Having evolved in a Christian nation, its foundations would have out of necessity been Christian but the masonic claim to equality, fraternity and liberty quickly put the Craft at odds with the. Introduction. From the earliest masonic documents currently known to us, we can form a decent picture of the workings of a lodge of operative stone masons around the late s. 1 In this paper I will briefly try to give an overview of the workings of an early lodge, as well as touch on some masonic myths and legends of our early brethren. In those days, there were no separate degrees.

There were some times and places in the book where I found his unfounded and unchristian attacks to be so inflammatory that it took all the effort I could muster to circumscribe my passion within due bounds and to not respond in kind. My apology is for those times when I failed. Reasoning from the Scriptures with Masons 2. Page - They and some old Brothers met at the said AppleTree, and having put into the Chair the oldest Master Mason (now the Master of a Lodge) they constituted themselves a Grand Lodge pro Tempore in Due Form, and forthwith revived the Quarterly Communication of the Officers of Lodges (call'd the Grand Lodge) resolv'd to hold the Annual Assembly and Feast, and then to chuse a Grand .

Freemasons Manuscripts and Masonic Documents. Section of PS Review of Freemasonry, the Masonic Magazine made by Freemasons Masonic documents, the Articles of Union between the "Moderns" and the "Antients" - Novem CONSTITUTIONS OF THE MASONS OF STRASBURG, THE - (English). Space and time do not allow a thorough presentation of the Boston-region history of printing, publishing, and the like. In particular, I have mostly not talked about the author part of the literary world.2 Also, this is not a scholarly piece of research (my narrative is based on what I have read in secondary sources, been.


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